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Tue, Sep 21, 2021

Europcar Brazil Places Order For 50 Skyworks Aeronautics eGyro Electric Aircraft

The Pair Looks Forward To Making Affordable Mobility Accessible To The Masses

Europcar Brazil has shared plans to purchase 50 eGyro electrically powered vertical take-off and landing aircraft from Skyworks Aeronautics for use in Brazil. Europcar shares their anticipation as the purchase plans move forward. 

“Europcar Brazil is extremely excited to partner with Skyworks Aeronautics to bring safe, efficient, and cost-effective electric aircraft solutions to Brazil,” stated Paulo Gaba, Chief Executive Officer of the Autotur Group, the Europcar franchisee for Brazil. “This initial order for Skyworks’ revolutionary eGyro reflects our understanding that though aviation certainly connects the world in important ways, we have an opportunity to deliver new, sustainable mobility capabilities that create immense value for consumers while better caring for our planet. 

The offer of eGyros will complete our range of possibilities as a global mobility provider,” Gaba added.

The excitement goes both ways as Skyworks shares their thoughts on the partnership, “Skyworks Aeronautics has been developing manned and unmanned vertical lift gyroplane technologies for more than two decades, providing sustained autorotative flight capabilities that enable aircraft to be both runway independent and economical, and without the physics-imposed speed, range, and payload limitations of a helicopter,” added Jack Carter, Skyworks Director. “This exciting partnership with Europcar Brazil highlights the promise of our electrified gyrocraft to expand their already extraordinary service capabilities to serve current and future markets in new, safe and exciting ways,” Carter added.

“We are living at a time of incredible opportunity and excitement as it relates to aviation,” stated John Michel, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Skyworks Aeronautics.

“At a time in history where demand for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods, as well as growing desire for effective emissions-free flight converge, this partnership with Europcar Brazil allows us to work together to demonstrate the transformative impact of gyronautics in the world’s fourth largest market for civil helicopters,” Michel added. 

“Together, we look forward to making affordable mobility accessible to the masses in Brazil and beyond.”

FMI: www.skyworks-aero.com, https://europcar-mobility-group.com

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